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  • #362
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    Access to Draytek Vigor 130 Modem Stats from behind an ASUS Router

    I have just treated myself to the Draytek Vigor 130 Modem, which is BT SIN498 MCT certified.

    Unfortunately by default, I was not able to get access to the Draytek Web UI access or Telnet access from behind the ASUS router, so below is what I did to allow access to the Draytek Modem stats via Browser and Telnet.

    Firstly, ensure the Draytek 130 Modem is on a different subnet to that of the ASUS router.
    E.g
    Draytek Vigor 130 – 192.68.2.1 (default)
    ASUS Router – 192.168.1.1 (default)

    (you can use whatever subnets you wish, just substitute your IP values to suit)

    Then on the ASUS Router, go to Advance Settings > LAN > LAN IP and ensure IP address is 192.168.1.1 (as per attached screen dump)

    Then go to Advanced Settings > WAN >  Internet Settings and Select – Get the Wan IP Address Automatically, and select the No radial button, and manually enter ……

    IP Address – 192.168.2.2 (Draytek Modems Spare IP Address)
    Subnet – 255.255.255.0 (Draytek Modems Subnet Address)
    Default Gateway 192.168.2.1 (Draytek Modem actual IP Address)

    Note, WAN DNS may need to be added, I used Google’s
    8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4

    Now you should be able to telnet to the Draytek Modem via 192.168.2.1 and via browser, Draytek Modem UI via http://192.168.2.1

    Hope this proves useful ?

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    #5755
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    I know this is old post but wonder if that will work with netgear dm200 which also got one port (netgear dm200 can run latest openwrt 19.07). Do you setup wan/lan on same port on vigor 130? Does ddns working properly with that ip address on asus router?

    I got one dm200 for testing and it actually got better lantiq chipset than my old eci modem but wonder if there will be a chance to access UI on dm200 through wan port.

    #5756
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    You are a busy chap ;-) yes the DM200 has the VRX220  chipset, so should be relatively good

    to access the DM 200, I believe the above configuration details should work, just make sure DM200 is on different IP subnet to ASUS router.

    Should be OK for ASUS RT models

    DDNS I am not sure about. but no harm in trying

     

     

    • This reply was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by UK Sentinel.

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    #5758
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    To be honest I’m not that busy at the moment, probably that is why I thinking about “this” stuff (decent router in place, just need slightly better modem😉) . Dm200 got faster cpu and is dual-core, not to mention got bigger memory. I already have latest Openwrt 19.07 on it, last two days tested several different configurations (even managed to recover original fw on netgear just in case openwrt won’t work) . My biggest issue was that when I set Vlan switch in modem to do “vlan101” necessary for connection in UK I already loose access to UI, then I figured out that vlan switch may not be necessary to set on modem as router can do vlan101 as well while negotiating connection. Then my latest issue was how to connect this modem with my configuration (where I still have access to UI) to keep access to UI through WAN port. I will test above and will see if that will work.

    How vlan101 is done on your configuration does vigor do it or router?

    Me like me, but you must be really busy running forum in every spare moment….

    On the other side what we will do without great people like you. 😊

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    Thank you

    Usually Modem should handle VLAN separation, and that is what my DrayTeK does on my current set-up

     

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    #5760
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    I will flash openwrt again to dm200, and I will setup vlan switch, I will play with lan setup to see if I don’t loose access to UI, if not I let asus to do it. When I connect dm200 with original fw I can chose if vlan id should be done by modem or not, also is something like pass thought vlan id (in this case I believe router do this)

    That will keep me busy for couple of days 😉

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    Why OPENWRT over Netgear Firmware for modem, it is only a modem ? does Netgear Firmware Modem not support IPTV etc ?

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    #5767
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    No stats on netgear modem, telnet usles as snr tweak not working, and also netgear fw is soooo slow that is unbelievable. Openwrt is actually nice and smooth on it.

    • This reply was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by Mrk26.
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    No stats on netgear modem, telnet usles as snr tweak not working, and also netgear fw is soooo slow that is unbelievable. Openwrt is actually nice and smooth on it.

    Really….   glad I missed that model, have fun with your OpenWrt

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

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    That’s why I flash openwrt, because this modem will get new life. In standard fw in bridge mode there is barelyany any settings at all. In openwrt you still can access UI and telnet and change dsl settings. If you was considering dm200 with standard fw then yes you didn’t miss anything.

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    Something is messed up with openwrt, download sync is pretty much the same like on eci modem but upstream only 4Mb? Will check with original vdsl fw, so far not much hope for this one.

    @Uk Sentinel

    Do you came across telnet commands fot dm200 original fw (thanks to your post in other thread I enabled telnet) , I was looking around but can’t fimd much…

    If I can’t get this to work as should it will go back to cupboard.

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    See what to much time on your hands does

    For the DM200 with original stock firmware you can enable debugging to change settings such as the MTU

    For stats, try adslctl info –stats

    Debug is usually something like http://192.168.1.1/debug.htm
    Or
    http://192.168.1.1/setup.cgi?todo=debug

     

    I assume if you type  ‘help’ for a list of built-in commands. ?

    • This reply was modified 9 months, 1 week ago by UK Sentinel.

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    #5794
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    Well I enabled telnet with http://192.168.1.1/debug.htm

    Unfortunately adslctl info –stats not working just typed in telnet, I believe some some kind of access route is needed like in this example:

    Open the telnet shell.
    Issue the following commands

    cd /opt/lantiq/bin press enter

    Downstream
    “./dsl_cpe_pipe.sh g997lsg 1 1″ – copy and paste everything between the ” ” marks – press enter

    Upstream
    “./dsl_cpe_pipe.sh g997lsg 0 1″ – copy and paste everything between the ” ” marks – press enter

    The ATTNDR=XXXXX will be your speed in Bits divide X / 1024 / 1024 = Mbits
    EG – 71797596 / 1024 / 1024 = 68.4Mbits”

    And this is as far I found. It looks like bit more is needed to get full stats like on Vigor not to mention to adjust snr….

    I don’t think I will have that much time to play with. Ideally I just need modem with possibly recent lantiq chipset (slightly newer than on eci modem) and easy access to telnet with possibility to view stats and adjust snr ( I do -0.8 db on downstream on mine to get full sync speed). Poor Eci modem is still on duty but God knows for how long it will be able to serve me

    Netgear dm200 its just one of my spare ones which I decide to play with until my another hobby call me in

    #5795
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    I assume you are running latest Firmware for DM200 – Firmware Version 1.0.0.61

    Commands sound tricky, I tried to find an online DM200 emulator to play with, but failed.

    Take a look at the DrayTeK 165 which is available from EU, it is VDSL (not G.fast)  and as long as you get the version which supports Hardware Annex A (RG11) DSL port rather than Hardware Annex B. (RJ45) port, and English language, as it has the GRX350 + VRX518 chipset and is a comprimise until the 166 is released ?

     

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    #5796
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    Yes, the latest 1.0.0.61, unless I do some testing on openwrt. Switching between stock fw and openwrt is like 5min.

    I was considering Vigor 165, even found one with annex A (Online shop), and I think V 165 got two lan ports so even less hassle to access stats or tune it up. If I decide for vigor 165 I don’t think I will bother with Vigor 166, unless someone will drive in to my cabinet (ECI) and BT decide to replace with Huawei.

    • This reply was modified 9 months, 1 week ago by Mrk26.
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